Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Gold Sword & Sceptre Piece of 120-Shillings, 1603, Eighth coinage
Obverse: Crowned Scottish arms, mint mark quatrefoil both sides, with Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding: .IACOBVS. 6. D. G. R. SCOTORVM.
Reverse: Crossed sword and sceptre, crown above, date with stops either side below, thistle each side, with Latin legend and beaded border surrounding: .SALVS. POPVLI. SVPREMA. LEX.
4.93 grams, 29 mm in diameter.
A very scarce date for the series, especially in such a high grade, with a superb deep golden buttery lustrous tone
Has been graded and slabbed by NGC as AU58 (Top of the Population for this coin).
NGC Certification number: 6318597-002.
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